Data Access Committee of divisions B060 and B062, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)

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EGAC00001001626 DACO B060x daco-dkfz-b06x [at] dkfz-heidelberg [dot] de No additional information is available

This DAC controls 7 datasets:

Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
EGAD00001006207 This dataset contains Mate Pair Sequencing data from 15 samples from 13 patients. Mate pair DNA library preparation was carried out using the Illumina MP v.2 reagents and protocol. In brief, fragmentation of genomic DNA was performed using a Hydroshear device to an insert size of 4.5 kb followed by sequencing with Illumina HiSeq 2000 instruments resulting in 30 Fastq files (paired end). Illumina HiSeq 2000 15
EGAD00001006208 This dataset contains panel sequencing data from 33 samples. Targeted sequencing was performed by creating libraries using the Agilent SureSelect XT technology. Libraries were sequenced using molecular barcode-indexed ligation-based sequencing using a NextSeq500 (Illumina) instrument. Between three and six lanes per sample have been sequenced resulting in 262 Fastq files (paired end). NextSeq 500 33
EGAD00001006209 The dataset contains two samples from one patient. As a representative FFPE tissue sample, ET174 was histologically iden- tified, targeted and microdissected with a puncher for nucleic acid extraction. RNA was extracted using the automated Maxwell system with the Maxwell 16 LEV RNA FFPE Kit (Promega), according to the manufacturer’s instructions. To evaluate FFPE RNA quality, we used the percentage of RNA fragments >200 nt fragment determination value (DV200). Only RNA samples with DV200 > 70% were included for sequencing on a NextSeq 500 (Illumina). Eight lanes have been sequenced resulting in 16 Fastq files (paired end). NextSeq 500 2
EGAD00001006210 This dataset contains exome sequencing data from 21 samples. Sequencing of samples using whole-exome sequencing was per- formed by creating libraries using the IlluminaTruSeq exome enrich- ment kit following the manufacturer’s instructions after size selection. Size selection was performed by fractionation using a Covaris ultra- sonicator and subsequent selection was performed using a 1.5% gel Pippin Prep cassette (Sage Science). One lane per sample has been sequenced resulting in 42 Fastq files (paired end). Illumina HiSeq 2000 21
EGAD00001006211 This dataset contains whole genome sequencing data from 59 samples. WGS libraries were prepared using the Illumina TruSeq Nano DNA LT Library Prep or TruSeq Nano DNA HT Library Prep Kit following the manufacturer’s instructions. In brief, 100 ng of genomic DNA was fragmented to approximately 350 bp using a Covaris ultrasonicator (Covaris). The fragmented DNA was then end-repaired, size-selected using magnetic beads, extended with an ‘A’ base on the 3′ end and ligated with TruSeq paired-end indexing adapters. Up to four lanes per sample have been sequenced resulting in 222 Fastq files (paired end). HiSeq X Ten,Illumina HiSeq 2000 59
EGAD00001006218 This dataset contains miRNA-seq data from 10 patients. Small RNAs were isolated as described previously57,58 from fresh-frozen tumour material. In brief, total RNA was extracted using guanidinium isothiocyanate/phenol extraction followed by 3′-adaptor ligation of barcoded adenylated adaptors. Samples were pooled in two sets of five samples. Subsequently, gel electrophoresis was used to isolate small RNAs (19–35 nt) and purified using ethanol precipitation. Fragments were then amplified using standard PCR, isolated using gel electropho- resis and purified using ethanol precipitation. Samples were sequenced on a HiSeq 2000 v.4 machine resulting in 10 Fastq files. Illumina HiSeq 2000 10
EGAD00001006219 This dataset contains DRIP-seq data from 2 patients. DNA–RNA hybrids were extracted from tissue derived from ETMR patient-derived xenograft (PDX) models (BT183) that were treated using topotecan or saline as described previously27. Tumours were subsequently frozen and pelleted using ultracentrifugation. DNA–RNA hybrids were extracted as described previously using the same protocol that is applied for cultured cells21. DNA was extracted using proteinase K followed by phenol–chloroform extraction and ethanol precipitation. Subsequently the DNA was fragmented using the restriction enzymes HindIII, EcoRI, BsrGI, XbaI and SspI (New England Biolabs). Digested DNA was subsequently incubated with the anti-DNA–RNA hybrid anti- body S9.6 (Merck, MABE1095) and immunoprecipitated using agarose beads. Bound DNA–RNA hybrids were eluted and incubated with pro- teinase K and cleaned with an additional phenol–chloroform–ethanol extraction. The DNA was subsequently sonicated and sequenced using a Hiseq 2000 machine with a 50-bp single-read protocol. Each treat- ment condition was performed in duplicate and both RNase H and the input was included as negative controls resulting in 10 Fastq files. Illumina HiSeq 2000 2